A DAD-OF-TWO from Bradford is bringing the Twilight Walk back for another year as he deals with a now "stable" brain tumour.

Neil Grist was first diagnosed with the incurable tumour in 2017 after a CT scan revealed what he thought was a trapped nerve was in fact glioblastoma - the most common aggressive form of brain tumour in adults.

After two years of intensive treatment, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy, his tumour is currently "stable".

In the second annual walk, Neil will be walking 10k on October 20 to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity.

Wife Andrea, who is raising the funds on Just Giving, said: “It is about embracing the support of those around us and joining together to demonstrate our support for those affected.”